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viral-service-icon-v3.png Viral Service: AAV


Addgene's viral service provides high-quality and high-titer viral preparations. Addgene's AAV are made from plasmids that are currently in our repository. You can obtain the plasmid from us or receive a ready-to-use viral preparation from the inventory below.

AAV are distributed as 100 µL solutions of purified viral particles that are suitable for in vivo use. Minimum titers are listed on each item's material page. Actual titers are reported with each shipment.

For more details about our viral service, visit our Viral Service page.


Browse Available AAV

By Serotype

AAV icon If an AAV is available in serotypes AAV1, AAV2, AAV5, AAV8, or AAV9, it will be listed on the "By Function" pages (to the left)
retrograde icon Retrograde AAV (to target projection neurons)
AAV icon PHP.eB AAV (to target the central nervous system)
AAV icon PHP.S AAV (to target the peripheral nervous system)

Penn Vector Core Transfer Status

The University of Pennsylvania Vector Core (Penn Vector Core) and Addgene are pleased to announce a partnership to provide high-quality AAV vectors to the academic research community.

The entire Penn Vector Core catalog will be transfered to Addgene and available for distribution. To see the status of particular vectors during this transfer, please click the link below.

Penn Vector Core Transfer Status

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Please let us know what you would like to see available in viral format. Please note this does not guarantee viral service, but lets us know what viruses would be helpful to the scientific community.